BELTON — On the second day of the Canstruction contest in Belton, visitors were in awe of architectural creations and exhibitors were honored Saturday night for their contribution to Helping Hands Ministry of Belton.
The goal of the contest, held at the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, is to create works of art using canned food, with the cans later being used to help feed the hungry. A favorite among the contenders was the Belton Tigers Bible CANnectors. Emma Rehak, a sophomore high school student from Troy, said she especially liked the Noah’s Ark structure because of the use of colors and her love of animals.
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